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Goldfish

Greetings Card
2000 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

This handmade contemporary greetings card from Scotland by makers Zuva Originals represents the fanciful and kitsch elements of contemporary design with its use of bold complementary colours and synthetic materials.


Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleGoldfish (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Sythetic fur stitched with thread to blue paper card
Brief description
Synthetic fur greetings card by Zuva Originals
Physical description
Synthetic fur surface depicting an orange goldfish on a blue background. Fish has one large PVC (synthetic material Polyvinyl Chloride) eye.
Dimensions
  • Width: 10.85cm
  • Height: 15.4cm
Production typeMass produced
Marks and inscriptions
'Hand made and printed cards / Zuva originals / 01235529444 / Please recycle' 'In our coats' (Designer and retailer's mark; English; central lower half of card's reverse side; sticker)
Credit line
Given by Elizabeth Miller
Summary
This handmade contemporary greetings card from Scotland by makers Zuva Originals represents the fanciful and kitsch elements of contemporary design with its use of bold complementary colours and synthetic materials.
Collection
Accession number
E.293-2002

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Record createdOctober 10, 2003
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